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Self-assembled structures formed by a FAME, fatty-acid-modified elastin-like polypeptides. Researchers use temperature cues to make the molecules assemble themselves.

March 19, 2018

Modified Biomaterials Perform Orderly Self-Assembly in Response to Temperature Cues

Using post-translational modification, researchers were able to create unique biomaterials with programmable behavior

Michael Rubinstein

March 19, 2018

Rubinstein Named 2018 Bingham Medalist of the Society of Rheology

Michael Rubinstein recognized for advancing fundamental understanding of complex fluid flows

Duke University has named the quadrangle at the Pratt School of Engineering for alumnus Thomas E. Harrington, pictured, and Susan C. Harrington.

March 15, 2018

Duke Names Engineering Quadrangle in Honor of Thomas and Susan Harrington

The central quadrangle at the Pratt School of Engineering has been named the “Harrington Engineering Quadrangle” in honor of Thomas E. Harrington E’66 and Susan C. Harrington

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Pittcon Expo Insider | March 1, 2018

Mass Spectrometry on the Move

Featuring Jason Amsden


Triangle Business Journal | February 23, 2018

Triangle Tire Tech Firm Eyes Commercialization after Scoring $4.5M

Featuring Aaron Franklin


Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | February 23, 2018

Using Multiple Cell Lines to Manufacture Biotech Products

Featuring Lingchong You

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